Management of a J-pop idol group have allegedly demanded 8 million yen from their idols & their dates after a contract breach.
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18 Sep 2014 - 12:04 PM  UPDATED 18 Sep 2014 - 12:36 PM

Earlier this year, two members of ‘Aoyama St Hacha Mecha High School’ left the group suddenly. It was later revealed that Miho Yuki (19) and Sena Miura (22) had allegedly breached their contracts. The group’s producer reportedly stated that the girls had been dating fans.

Now, it’s being reported, on Japan Today, that the management of the Idol group 'Aoyama St Hacha Mecha High School' have issued letters demanding 8 million yen, that’s about $80,000 (AUD), from the girls, their guardians and the two fans they dated as part of their breach of contract.

Apparently, no actual legal documents have been filed yet, just letters sent out the parties concerned.

We’ll keep you updated as this story unfolds.   

What do you think about Idols dating fans? Would it make you love an artist any less?